Vanilla Place Guest House
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... are becoming less appealing to us by the day. We definitely need a break from it before we can start enjoying it again. Last but not least was mango sticky rice. A favourite dessert of ours that we were excited to learn how to make. This was given an extra twist by adding "honey pea" petals to the boiling coconut milk which turned it purple, resulting in purple rice when that was added. I ate all of mine and even finished Jenn's! It won't be the same if we made it at home ...
... Edd and I immediately got chatting to the girls sitting next to us and discovered they were from Surrey - England. Ha! We picked up 1 more couple and were then taken to a local food market.
It was quite warm for 9am and the market was already buzzing with activity. Benny showed us some of the ingredients we would be using for the day and told us about vegetarian/vegan and western alternatives. We were given 20 minutes to walk around and buy a few drinks ...
... sup>rd Wed. of every month, but they go as needed for more severe cases.
Nursing instructors and their students are also actively involved in the community. "Families" are formed from one teacher and 12 students, representing different years. These “families” are paired to families in the community and are assigned to look after them. The students work together to develop care plans and implement changes in order to ...
... to carry anything, but always make sure that they carry it for them. They also bow lower when greeting them, and duck their heads when they walk by them so that their head is never higher than their elders’. Further, when the students are standing and listening to the teacher, they have to keep their feet together and their hands neatly folded in front of them. Having your hands in your pockets or slouching is not considered appropriate or ...
... removing their shoes at the door. My family's custom has been to remove your shoes inside the door, but in Thailand you should remove them outside the door. Special inside slippers are to be worn if you wish to wear shoes inside the house.
Our buddies asked us if we were hungry, and then took us down to the cafeteria where we will be eating. We (the American students) didn’t realize that the professors had not planned for us to ...